To attend an Old Post Road concert is to be transported back in time. Picture yourself sitting in the pews of a beautiful old church, or within the walls of an old museum full of history, with bold, graceful, or spritely music filling the intimate venue. The program that lies in your lap details the rich history of the music you are listening to, and the concert venue you are enjoying. In front of you, the ensemble charms on a variety of period wind, string, and keyboard instruments.


What our audience is saying

“Moving performances of fine unfamiliar works”

“Incredible musicianship and acting”

“You are so imaginative, interesting and talented!”

“Love the intimate atmosphere, beautiful church and artistry of the musicians -- if you make a CD of this, I will buy it.”

“Unfamiliar music played so well!”

“Exquisite choice of music; stunning performance”

“Creativeness, scholarship, quality performance”


What the critics are saying

“performances exuded zest, polish, and abundant care”    —Jeremy Eichler, The Boston Globe

“the crowd was rewarded with a unique, flawlessly executed program”     —The Worcester Telegram and Gazette

“These players should be noted for their venturing off the beaten path of standard repertoire as well as their outstanding performances”    —The Boston Musical Intelligencer

“audiences are fortunate to have them enlivening so much music from forgotten places”    —The Boston Musical Intelligencer

“their passion is contagious...a remarkable cohesion and grace”    —The Worcester Telegram and Gazette

“performed with skill and charm”    —The Boston Globe

“engrossing concerts with expert musicianship”   —The Boston Musical Intelligencer